Titan Empires

Titan Empires

The strategy genre has always been popular amongst gamers due to one reason – you have total freedom when it comes to developing your empire and then the outcome of the game is always uncertain, especially when you play against opponents who are simply better than you. So it is no surprise then that you can easily find strategy games on Google Play too.

Titan Empires is one such game. Its goal is simple – find and defeat your enemies and then develop your forces even further, then repeat the cycle. The game presents you with a nice, colorful and simply beautiful 3D map where you can develop your troops and then attack your enemy. Given you defeat your virtual opponent you have the opportunity to upgrade your troops, call a hero, manage your income and then invade or protect more territories. In fact, speaking of it, most of the game is all about micromanagement so prepare to spend some time there. In addition, the game requires Internet access so if your connection dies you will not be able to play it, which is clearly a downside.

What’s the final verdict? Titan Empires is not a bad game at all but you must be into strategies in the first place in order to be able to enjoy this one. It requires time, micromanagement efforts, and then dedication so that you can be successful. Apart from the in-game battles you will not see any other action so if you are looking for a fast-paced action game then Titan Empires is not for you. But if strategies are your thing, then take a look at this app – you may like it.

 Titan Empires is here on Google Play.

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